No-one had heard the term ‘fake news’ until well into the twenty-first century.
But fake news and disinformation has been part of propaganda, politics, and warfare, for centuries. King Edward I of England made ‘false news’ an offence eight hundred years ago! Today personalisation via social media, and the industrialisation of the creation of dubious content is commonplace in what is coming to be known as the ‘post-truth’ news environment. And the coming era of deep-fake video content could well lead us to mistrust almost all media with profound outcomes for trust within society.
Speakers on fake news deal with the social and political implications as well the technical and journalistic aspects of its creation.
Capri Cafaro was ten years a Senator in the Ohio State legislature and known today for her healthcare and infrastructure policy expertise. Plus her passion for the traditions of great American food!... [more]
James Delingpole says in a loud voice plenty of the things sloshing around in your head that you hitherto have left unsaid. He makes you laugh, and he makes you think. You'll feel free again.... [more]
Mark Earls - an adman who has run advertising agencies both large and small. A speaker whose award-winning work applies contemporary behavioural and cognitive science to the business of business.... [more]
Jonathan Gabay speaker on global branding, marketing communications, educator, societal and consumer psychologist and author of fourteen benchmark books. The man behind the Thought and Leaders podcast series.